Dataset: WIS
Search Criteria: Cameroon; Southwest; excluding cultivated/captive occurrences

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University of Wisconsin - Madison


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Ocellularia eumorpha (Stirt.) Hale
WIS-L-0008185K. Kalb   s.n.1999-02-02
Cameroon, Southwest, Man's Spring / Mt. Cameroon / Buea Sudivision / Fako Division, 4.141667 9.116667, 2050m

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Graphis Adans.
WIS-L-0007925A. Frisch   31111999-02-03
Cameroon, Southwest, Man's Spring / Mt. Cameroon / Buea Sudivision / Fako Division, 4.144444 9.122222, 2200m

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Dyplolabia afzelii (Ach.) A. Massal.
WIS-L-0130190Aaron J. Sharp   s.n.1999-01-27
Cameroon, Southwest, Fako Division, Ekona Lava Flow (1959), 4.233333 9.316667, 450m

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WIS-L-0133647A. Frisch   26851999-02-01
Cameroon, Southwest, Manpanja Village / Mt. Cameroon / Buea Sudivision / Fako Division, 4.116667 9.133333, 1530m

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WIS-L-0133646A. Frisch   26841999-02-02
Cameroon, Southwest, Man's Spring / Mt. Cameroon / Buea Sudivision / Fako Division, 4.141667 9.116667, 2050m

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WIS-L-0133648A. Frisch   26791999-02-03
Cameroon, Southwest, Man's Spring / Mt. Cameron / Buea Subdivision / Fako Division, 4.144444 9.122222, 2200m

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Phyllopsora confusa Swinscow & Krog
WIS-L-0135677A. Frisch   24381999-02-03
Cameroon, Southwest, Wehkiley Forest nahe Man's Spring / Mt. Cameroon / Buea Sudivision / Fako Division; near the "Hunter's Camp", 4.1625 9.147222, 2400m

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Sarcographa labyrinthica (Ach.) Müll.Arg.
WIS-L-0148529A. Frisch   s.n.1999-01-26
Cameroon, Southwest, Fako Division; Limbe Subdivision, Bimbia-Bonadikombo Forest Area, Dikolo Lowland Rainforest, 3.980556 9.261111, 40m

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Heterodermia japonica (M. Satô) Swinscow & Krog
WIS-L-0150726A. Frisch   99/Ka3641999-02-02
Cameroon, Southwest, Man's Spring / Mt. Cameroon / Buea Sudivision / Fako Division, 4.141667 9.116667, 2050m


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